Leap Motion VR Developer Mount
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The Leap Motion VR Developer Mount allows developers to easily and consistently attach and remove the Leap Motion Controller from a VR headset such as the Oculus DK1 / DK2. For use with the Leap Motion beta SDK for top down tracking and image API. Further information and resources available at https://developer.leapmotion.com/vr.
We recommend to 3D print in high resolution .001" layer or better. Adhesive (not supplied!) required to mount. 3D CAD file for personal non-commercial use only, as is.
NOTE: If you are looking to mount your Leap Motion Controller on an Oculus Rift CV1, the HTC Vive, or any other HMD with a curved front surface you should use our new Universal VR Dev mount, available here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1589212
We recommend to 3d print in high resolution .001" or better. Double sided adhesive tape (not supplied!) required to mount. 3M VHB tape recommended for strong attachment. 3D CAD file for personal non-commercial use only, as is.
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